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Razer's first gaming chair is a curvier Secretlab Omega / Titan with fancy lumbar support


You can compare the design, the recline mechanism, the stitching — heck, just look at those nigh-identical 4D armrests below — and the inspiration is plainly clear.


Razer is clearly pitching the Iskur as a step ahead of Secretlab in terms of spinal support, as you can see in this thinly veiled comparison image:


Image: Razer Aside from being a distinct hybrid of the Secretlab Omega’s smaller bucket seat and the Titan’s larger, more accommodating frame (the Iskur supports gamers up to nearly 300 pounds and 6.2 feet tall), the biggest differences here are a curvier back and the large adjustable lumbar support.


It’s true that the Omega’s removable pillow and the Titan’s internal adjustable lumbar haven’t exactly gotten rave reviews.


The Omega and Titan have another thing going for them, too: you can easily buy one that isn’t quite so garish and doesn’t come embroidered with a company’s trademarked slogan.


Secretlab makes some pretty good chairs; we’re looking forward to giving this competitor a try.






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